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Alan looks back at the highs and lows of a somewhat interesting career.
He expresses fondness and great humour when reminiscing about his tales from when he played on The European Tour in 1997.
Alan was lucky enough to play world over with some of the greats, but unlucky with laughable “run-ins” with players such as Nick Faldo and the late, great Seve Ballesteros.
His finale is left for when he played with Ben Crenshaw (at that time was US Masters Champion) and Tiger Woods in the 1995 Scottish Open at Carnoustie. In finding out that Alan had become the first player ever to shoot 64 at Carnoustie 12 months earlier, Crenshaw and Woods requested to play with him.
The sequence of events that occurred from the 1st tee to the bar afterwards is not to be missed and Alan’s ability to laugh at himself is refreshing to say the least.